No, it was solfeggio, horrid dry scales to sing, and rhythm, and notation.
"The Happy Venture" by Edith Ballinger Price
Shall we go through with this solfeggio once more?
"A Roman Singer" by F. Marion Crawford
Think of a voice-trainer singing each solfeggio and song with his pupil during the lesson.
"The Child-Voice in Singing" by Francis E. Howard
Two years later she studied solfeggio with Panseron.
"A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year" by Edwin Emerson
Besides these lessons, she studied harmony and practiced solfeggio at the Conservatory.
"Camilla: A Tale of a Violin" by Charles Barnard
When the elder boys had done, the younger came forward and sang some solfeggio exercises.
"The Boy's Voice" by J. Spencer Curwen
Solfeggios, for instance, and scales are extremely useful.
"Great Singers on the Art of Singing" by James Francis Cooke
I was to take him to his solfeggio class at three.
"Erlach Court" by Ossip Schubin
He was a pupil of Choron's, and taught Solfeggio in Monsieur Boniface's school.
"Autobiographical Reminiscences with Family Letters and Notes on Music" by Charles Gounod